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Tarun Vijay

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Those tiny drops that make our rainbow

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Tarun Vijay Many times it’s not the big achievers that impress me, but those who strived hard and made their journey more beautiful than the destination. I fought Dabur for their ‘100% achiever’ ad campaign and won. They had to withdraw the ad as I felt those ... More »

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Words as weapons of violence- none can beat the seculars

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Tarun Vijay Insult, humiliation, abuses, sarcasm and deprivation of the honor and positions were the weapons of violence applied by the invaders, foreign subjugators, against their native subjects and also by the post-independence political colonizers against ... More »

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A great friend of India takes to Vanprastha in Japan

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Tarun Vijay This is Japan’s Chrysanthemum moment. Japan is going to witness its great Vanprastha ceremony tomorrow, on Tuesday. Emperor Akihito will abdicate his throne due to health reasons, and make way for Prince Fumihito to become Emperor at 40. Akihito ha... More »

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An Ambedkar speech every Hindu must not forget

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Tarun Vijay Ambedkar in his historic speech in Nagpur on October 15, 1956, a day after he had embraced Buddhism, said, “The movement to leave the Hindu religion was taken in hand by us in 1955, when a resolution was made in Yeola. Even though I was born in the... More »

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Ambedkar’s fight was for honor and equality

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Tarun Vijay It is customary to praise BR Ambedkar without ever knowing or having read anything he wrote. One can take a few lines of praise said in the honour of King Jr or Lincoln and replace their names with Ambedkar and it fits the demand of the day. Ambedk... More »

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A monk-soldier who challenged death

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Tarun Vijay He defied death. Last September, when Manohar Parrikar visited AIIMS for a check-up, doctors were amazed at how he was doing so fine. They had given up on him long back. Parrikar wanted to see his dream project -Mandovi bridge – a 4km long beautifu... More »